Section 11-28-6

Issuance of warrants constitutes audit and allowance of claim.

The issuance of warrants and any interest coupons applicable thereto, pursuant to the provisions of this chapter and in accordance with the authorization of the county commission of the county issuing such warrants, shall be deemed to constitute an audit and allowance by such county commission of a claim, in the aggregate amount of such warrants and the interest thereon, against such county and against any pledged funds pledged for the payment of the principal of and interest on such warrants pursuant to the provisions of this chapter. No proof of registration or other audit or allowance of such claim shall be required and such warrants and the interest thereon shall, from and after the date of their lawful issuance, be deemed to be allowed claims against the county by which they were issued and against any pledged funds so pledged therefor.

(Acts 1983, 1st Ex. Sess., No. 83-75, p. 78, §6; Acts 1983, 4th Ex. Sess., No. 83-921, p. 192, §1.)